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Project H.E.L.P.

The Health Education Literacy Program (Project HELP) is a dual-language health education project designed to improve the “health literacy” of over 200 immigrant parents in Camden City and the health outcomes of their children.

A specially-trained team of medical personnel and certified parent educators will educate immigrant families on early childhood health, how to better communicate with doctors, and how to navigate the U.S. healthcare system.

These valuable skills enable immigrant parents to increase their English literacy and provide their children and families with a healthier lifestyle, thus preparing them for a healthier future.

A specially-trained team of medical personnel and certified parent educators will educate immigrant families on early childhood health, how to better communicate with doctors, and how to navigate the U.S. healthcare system. 

These valuable skills enable immigrant parents to increase their English literacy and provide their children and families with a healthier lifestyle, thus preparing them for a healthier future.

Why choose HELP?

You will have access to:

  • Leading educators in healthcare and parenting;
  • Small group training sessions (15 parents);
  • ESL training;
  • Comprehensive health & human services.
After completing the training program, you will:
  • Understand all of your health options;
  • Improve health outcomes for your children;
  • Be able to communicate with doctors;
  • Improve your English-speaking skills;
  • Receive “HELP kits” containing basic first aid and over the counter medication.

HELP Partners

NEED FOR HELP
TRAINING /STAFFF
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Contact information
Stephanie Rogers, MHS, Project Coordinator
856.225.6902 | swr@camden.rutgers.edu